Early on we received numerous questions about the responsibility of your utility company, Southern Cal Edison/SEMPRA, for the Grass Valley Fire causation. At that time we did not have information regarding this issue. However, VERY significant information is now available regarding possible causation by So Cal Edison.
This update is NOTICE to any Grass Valley fire victims who have not filed a lawsuit regarding the 2007 wildfire against So Cal Edison/Sempra to call CARe at 818-216-0123 or email us at email@example.com — ASAP! If you had fire damages and have not sued the parties responsible for your uninsured fire losses, you MUST ACT IMMEDIATELY OR FOREVER LOSE YOUR RIGHT TO SUE FOR ANY FIRE LOSSES.
Recently a Los Angeles attorney had a major success in settling all of his cases in the 2007 SEMPRA Witch and Rice Fires claims. This victory reinforces the wisdom of good legal strategies CARe has seen succeed following prior disasters. Since the 1994 Northridge earthquake, CARe has learned that attorneys with extensive experience, with appropriately documented and professionally presented cases, and with the financial resources to prosecute major litigation achieve the following successful results:
Earlier resolutions with better awards
Minimal costs and stress to clients
Clients can move on with their lives
We encourage anyone who has not filed a claim to immediately call CARe at 818-216-0123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or need to determine the best way to proceed.
A man charged with setting 2003's massive, deadly Old Fire in San Bernardino County has been ordered to receive a mental health evaluation after his attorney stated in court this week that he is on suicide watch.
Rickie Lee Fowler, 28, has been indicted on five counts of murder and one count each of arson of an inhabited structure and aggravated arson. Prosecutors have announced that they will seek the death penalty.
Two of the remaining four defendants accused of causing the 2007 Corral Canyon Fire plead no contest to charges of recklessly causing the fire that destroyed 53 homes, burned 4,900 acres and injured six firefighters.
In Van Nuys Superior Courthouse Wednesday, William Thomas Coppock, 25, and Brian Alan Anderson, 24, admitted guilt to felony charges of starting a fire that resulted in bodily injury and recklessly causing a fire to multiple inhabited structures or property. The additional charge alleging that the men set the fire in an area where a state of emergency had been declared is expected to be dropped at the time of sentencing.
CORRALITOS -- A wildfire that charred hundreds of acres in the Santa Cruz Mountains in October was sparked by a controlled burn that a Cal Fire inmate crew had been conducting in the area, Cal Fire officials confirmed Wednesday.
The Loma Fire started Oct. 25 and burned 485 acres along the Santa Cruz-Santa Clara county line.